Where to Eat: Boston

When in Boston, the problem isn't finding a place to eat—it's choosing between the abundance of old and new restaurants that spot the city. These five are among our favorites. Read more about Boston's restaurants »

Jacob Wirth restaurant
Jacob Wirth
31-37 Stuart Street, Boston German schnitzel and sausages are available at this beer hall opened in 1868.Landon Nordeman
Parkers Restaurant
Parker's Restaurant
60 School Street, Boston This Omni Parker Hotel dining room is an ideal place to enjoy New England favorites like Boston cream pie.Landon Nordeman
NoName Restaurant
15½ Fish Pier, Boston Located on Boston's oldest operating fish pier, this 1917 seafood shack offers shrimp, crabs, and lobster right off the boat.Landon Nordeman
Boston Union Oyster House
Union Oyster House
41 Union Street, Boston The city's oldest restaurant, this is where JFK came for his lobster stew fix.Landon Nordeman
Puritan and Company
Puritan & Company
1166 Cambridge Street, Cambridge The cuisine here is a nod to the region's past as well as its future.Landon Nordeman